Gloucester City Police Department

  • Agency: Gloucester City Police Department
  • Address: 313 Monmouth St, Gloucester City , 08030 NJ
  • Chief: George Berglund (Chief of Police)
Phone: 856-456-0900
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Gloucester City Police Department is located at 313 Monmouth St, Gloucester City , 08030 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is George Berglund. The Gloucester City Police Department phone number is 856-456-0900.

Gloucester City Police Department News

Congratulations to Sgt. Ken Iepson and Ptl. Tim Ryder for arresting these suspects without incident or injury to anyone. Outstanding job!

CRIME REPORT November 3, 2017 10/27 (2:46 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of James D. Spencer (41) a resident of Barnaby Avenue. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 10/27 (8:55 pm) A bicycle stop on Market Street at Sparks Avenue conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Christopher Short (35), a resident of Vineland. He was arrested on a warrant from West Deptford and later released on bail. 10/28 (7:33 am) Ptl. Brittany Pollander responded to the Budget Inn on Rt. 130 for a reported overdose. Upon arrival the (34) year old female resident of Cherry Hill was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. Pollander administered one dose of Naloxone and the female began to breathe again, but did not regain consciousness. She was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 10/28 (6:10 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Division Street conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Nicholas Macauley (19), a resident of the 300 block of Hudson Street. He was arrested on a warrant form Hammonton and later released on bail. 10/28 (7:07 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz investigated a suspicious occupied vehicle parked in the rear parking lot of the Rodeway Inn on Rt. 130. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of William Seville (38), a resident of Paulsboro. He was arrested on warrants from Deptford, Woodbury and West Deptford. He was later released on bail. 10/28 (9:12 pm) Officers responded to a residence in the 300 block of Hudson Street for a reported fight. Upon arrival, it was determined there was no fight but rather a verbal disagreement over a handicap parking space. The matter was resolved and no charges were signed. 10/30 (6:49 am) officers responded to Gloucester Iron and Metal on Stinsman Avenue for a reported burglary. Upon arrival, it was determined that an office window had been broken and entry was gained sometime overnight. Further investigation by DSgt. Carl DePoder led to the identification of a suspect and on October 31, that suspect was located on Broadway at Linden Street and taken into custody. After being interviewed by DSgt. DePoder the suspect admitted burglarizing the business and stealing cash from the office. Zachary A. Fox (23), a resident of Linden Street, was arrested and charged with burglary, theft and criminal mischief. He was remanded to Camden County Jail awaiting a detention hearing. 10/30 (7:50 am) A vehicle stop on Park Avenue at Greenwood conducted by Ptl. Ben McKinney resulted in the arrest of Eileen M. Hillman (55), a resident of the unit block of S. King Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Deptford and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later released on bail. 10/31 (1:10 am) A bicycle stop on Broadway at Division Street conducted by Ptl. John Bryszewski resulted in the arrest of John Callaghan (24), a resident of Woodbury. He was arrested on a warrant from Wenonah and additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana). He was later released on bail. 10/31 (4:19 pm) While on patrol in Gloucester Heights, Sgt. Jason Flood located three vacant residences that had been burglarized, two on Princeton Avenue and one on Harvard Avenue. Copper piping and electrical wiring were found to be stolen and the investigation is ongoing. 10/31 (5:53 am) Officers responded to a residence in the 300 block of Highland Blvd. for a report of a male burglarizing a vehicle. The male had fled prior to police arrival. A short time later, while an officer was still on the scene, a male matching the description provided was observed riding a bicycle in the area. The male fled form the officer and was last seen running into a rear yard on Sherwood Avenue. The male was unable to be located and the investigation is ongoing. 10/31 (11:24 am) An employee at Heritages on Broadway reported an unknown male stole a box of pretzels from a delivery made earlier on this date. A review of surveillance video showed a male committing the theft outside the front door at 3:07 am. The investigation is ongoing. 10/31 (4:56 pm) A resident of the Maple Terrace Trailer Park on Lehigh Avenue reported sometime during the afternoon, a large blue blanket with an image of a wolf in the center was stolen from his clothes line. The investigation is ongoing. 11/1 (1:52 pm) Cpl. Bill Lessig responded to a residence in the 400 block of Cumberland Street for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, the (39) year old male resident of the 200 block of Mercer Street was found unconscious and not breathing. Cpl. Lessig administered on dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 11/1 (4:42 pm) A vehicle stop on Champion Road an Monmouth Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell and DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Moses C. Mumford (56), a resident of Camden. During the course of the stop, Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz responded to the scene and conducted an open air narcotics sniff around the exterior of the vehicle. K9 Blitz alerted to the presence of narcotics odor coming from inside the vehicle and further investigation resulted in the recovery of a quantity of cocaine. Mumford was arrested and charged with possession of CDS (cocaine), possession with intent to distribute, and distribution within 500 feet of a public building. He was later released. 11/1 8:35 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz observed a suspicious occupied vehicle parked in the rear parking lot of the Rodeway Inn on Rt. 130. Ptl. Calzonetti and K9 Blitz conducted an open air narcotics sniff around the exterior of the vehicle, resulting in a positive alert for the presence of narcotics odor coming from inside the vehicle. Further investigation resulted in the recovery of a quantity of marijuana and suboxone. Christopher Short (35), a resident of Vineland, was arrested and charged with possession of CDS (marijuana and suboxone) and possession of CDS with intent to distribute. He was remanded to Camden County Jail to await a detention hearing. Rashan D. Jefferson (35), a resident of Paulsboro, was arrested and charged with possession of CDS (marijuana) and possession of CDS with intent to distribute. He was later released. 11/2 (10:14 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Monmouth Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Justin D. Mauger (23), a resident of the 200 block of Greenwood Avenue. He was arrested due to the fact he was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted in Florida. He was additionally charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and later remanded to Camden County Jail. 11/2 (9:30 am) A resident of the 200 block of Greenwood Avenue reported sometime between 10:00 am and 12:45 pm on November 1st. a package delivered to his residence was stolen from his front step. The investigation is ongoing. 11/2 (9:30 pm) A pedestrian stop in the 1400 block of Rt. 130 conducted by Ptl. George Spingler and Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrest of Dawn M. Shepherd-Benton (44), a resident of the Budget Motel in Gloucester City. She was arrested on a warrant from Washington Twp. and later released on bail. In addition, officers conducted (41) traffic stops, (228) property/business checks and (7) school visits. Officers made (18) arrests, investigated (17) motor vehicle crashes, (13) domestic disputes and (3) abandoned vehicles were impounded. Officers issued (27) criminal charges, (54) traffic citations, (12) city ordinance citations and managed (290) calls for service between October 27th. and November 2nd.

There was a vehicle burglary on Highland Boulevard this morning, which resulted in a police presence in that area. We would like to remind residents to lock their car doors and report any suspicious activity.

While conducting vacant property checks in the Gloucester Heights section of the City, officers discovered that several vacant houses were burglarized on Princeton Avenue and Harvard Avenue. The burglar(s) forced entry into the houses, removed copper pipes and electrical wire, and took air conditioning units. We are requesting residents to please contact us if you see any suspicious activity on a vacant property.

NARCOTICS DISTRIBUTION / WEAPONS ARREST October 30, 2017 On the morning of October 28, 2017 the GCPD Detective Bureau, Directed Patrol Unit, K9 Unit and Camden County Sheriff’s Department S.E.R.T. Team executed a narcotics search warrant at a residence in the 600 block of Ridgeway Street, culminating an investigation into the distribution of narcotics from the residence. As a result, a quantity of crystal methamphetamine, marijuana, hashish, drug packaging equipment and materials, a .357 magnum revolver, ammunition and U.S. currency were seized. Howard E. Reed (38), a resident of the address and target of the investigation, was arrested at the scene. He was charged with two counts each of possession of CDS, possession with intent to distribute, distribution within 500 feet of public housing and distribution within 1000 feet of a school. He was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of a weapon. He was remanded to Camden County Jail to await a detention hearing. Also arrested on location were Todd B. DiCarlo (37) and Stephanie L. Hunt (38), both residents. DiCarlo was charged with possession of CDS, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession for a hypodermic syringe. He was remanded to Camden County Jail on numerous outstanding warrants. Hunt was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Department. She was also remanded to Camden County Jail. Officers involved with this investigation were: DSgt. Carl DePoder Sgt. Ken Iepson Sgt. William Johnson Jr. Det. Keith O’Donnell Ptl. Tim Ryder Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo

HALLOWEEN TRICK OR TREAT TIMES OCTOBER 30, 2017 The Gloucester City Police Department encourages safety and supervision during the annual Trick-or-Treat season. This year, trick-or-treat times will be Tuesday, October 31st from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm. In addition, on Monday, October 30th, the city curfew for anyone under the age of 18 will be moved to 9:00 pm. It is especially important for parents and guardians to adhere to a few safety rules for their children while they are trick-or-treating. • Know your route • Take a flashlight • Be sure costumes, shoes and treat bags or safe • Remind children not to enter strangers’ homes or cars • Set rules about not eating treats until they get home • Candy that has been opened should be thrown away. Any homemade treats or fruit should be inspected closely • Remember, drivers have a hard time seeing people, especially at dusk • Never cross the street between parked cars • Watch open flames from jack-o-lanterns as they can catch costumes and long wigs on fire • Make sure that fake knives, swords and guns are made from cardboard or other flexible materials to avoid injury It is also important to ensure that your home is safe and accessible to trick-or-treaters. As adults there are some very simple steps we can take to make the evening safe for everyone. • Turn on your porch light • Move lit jack-o-lanterns off the porch where children get bunched up if they are trick-or-treating in groups • Remove objects from your yard that might present a hazard • Report any suspicious or criminal activity to the police

***** TOWN WATCH MEETING ***** The next town watch meeting will be held in the courtroom at 313 Monmouth Street on Wednesday, November 1st. 2017 at 7:00 pm. Any city resident interested in participating is invited to attend.

CRIME REPORT October 27, 2017 10/20 (12:40 am) Louis R. Pierce (31), a resident of the 300 block of Warren Street, was arrested at his residence by Cpl. Bill Lessig on a warrant from Mt. Ephraim, after being called to the residence for an unrelated matter. He was later released on bail. 10/20 (2:30 am) While on patrol, Ptl. Robert Saunders III observed a suspicious occupied vehicle parked in the parking lot next to the Gloucester City Housing Department on Monmouth Street. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Amanda M. Watson (28), a resident of Lindenwold. She was arrested on warrants from West Deptford and Camden City. She was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and released on bail. 10/21 (2:45 am) An employee at Cheerleaders Gentlemen’s Club on Rt. 130 reported her money was stolen from her work area while she was in her dressing room. Surveillance video is in the process of being obtained and the investigation is ongoing. 10/21 (7:01 pm) A vehicle stop on Burlington Street at Salem conducted by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Demi T. Morgan (20), a resident of the 800 block of Monmouth Street. She was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and later released on bail. 10/21 (7:08 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo observed two males who were riding bicycles on Broadway in traffic and disregarded the traffic signal at Hudson Street. When Ptl. O’Donnell told the males to stop, they fled on the bicycles. Approximately two hours later, both males were located on Broadway at Market Street. Anthony T. Welker (21), a resident of the 300 block of S. Broadway, was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice and disregarding a traffic signal. A (15) year old male from the 100 block of Market Street was taken into custody and charged with obstruction of justice and disregarding a traffic signal. He was turned over to his guardian pending juvenile court action. 10/22 (7:35 am) A vehicle stop on Market Street at Walnut Avenue conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Paul D. Burns (33), a resident of National Park. He was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. He was later released on bail. 10/22 (11:43 am) An officer responded to Highland Blvd. at Sylvan Avenue for a parking dispute between a resident and a patron at Elizabeth’s Ballroom. No charges were signed at the time. 10/22 (4:02 pm) A vehicle stop on Monmouth Street at King conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Charles Regin-McCroy Jr. (24), a resident of Philadelphia. He was arrested on a warrant from Piscataway and later released on bail. 10/22 (5:35 pm) Officers responded to Highland Blvd. at Sylvan Avenue for a reported fight between a male and a female. Upon arrival, it was determined there was no fight, but rather a verbal dispute between a resident and a patron at Elizabeth’s Ballroom. No charges were signed at the time. 10/23 (10:26 am) A traffic stop on Broadway at Cumberland Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Deborah H. White (28), a resident of Runnemede, was arrested on warrants from Camden City and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later released on bail. Aaron R. Kinsley (40), a resident of Williamstown, was arrested and charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe. He was later released. 10/23 (3:10 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Market Street conducted by Ptl. Tim Ryder and Sgt. Ken Iepson resulted in the arrest of Kathryn E. Hoechst (38), a resident of the 700 block of Division Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City. She was additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was later released on bail. 10/23 (6:26 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Sgt. Ken Iepson and Ptl. Tim Ryder resulted in the arrest of Melissa A. Kille (40), a resident of the 200 block of Essex Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and hypodermic syringes. She was later released on bail. 10/24 (1:00 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Morris Street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Peter M. Hennessy (38), a resident of the 200 block of Somerset Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Brooklawn and later released on bail. 10/24 (12:56 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Somerset Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Brenda L. Davis (57), a resident of the 300 block of Morris Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and later released on bail. 10/24 (9:11 pm) A resident of the 100 block of Princeton Avenue reported a package delivered by UPS was stolen from her front step after being delivered on October 17th. The investigation is ongoing. 10/25 (12:59 pm) A resident of the 900 block of Ridgeway Street reported sometime overnight, someone entered her unlocked vehicle and ransacked the interior. Nothing was reported missing at the time. 10/25 (3:31 pm) Det. Joe Hopkins was flagged down at the basketball courts on Johnson Blvd. by employees of the Gloucester City Environmental Utilities Department regarding a burglary. An employee reported he witnessed a male enter a department work truck, parked inside the fenced in east side property of the water treatment plant. The male removed a set of keys from the truck and proceeded to leave the property where he was detained by employees. Further investigation resulted in the recovery of the keys and the arrest of Thomas P. Sheipe (23), a resident of Bensalem, Pennsylvania. He was charged with burglary, theft and possession of CDS (marijuana) and later released. 10/25 (7:35 pm) Michael C. Newsham (60), a resident of the 200 block of 3rd. Street, was arrested on Broadway at Market Street by Det. Keith O’Donnell on a warrant from Camden City. He was later released on bail. 10/26 (1:58 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Linden Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Yoisianna Soto (20), a resident of Cherry Hill. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later released on bail. 10/26 (3:55 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Tim Ryder and Sgt. Ken Iepson stopped a male who was riding a bicycle in traffic on Broadway and disregarded the traffic signal at Market Street, Further investigation led to the arrest of David J. Carroll (22), a resident of Westville. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin) and disregarding a traffic signal. He was later released on bail. In addition, officers conducted (66) traffic stops, (330) property/business checks and (11) school visits. Officers made (26) arrests, investigated (11) motor vehicle crashes and (5) domestic disputes. Officers issued (24) criminal charges, (29) traffic citations, (11) city ordinance citations and managed (364) calls for service between October 20th. and October 26th.

OPERATION TAKE BACK OCTOBER 26, 2017 The Gloucester City Police Department, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) New Jersey Division, will be hosting Operation Take Back on Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The lobby at Police Headquarters (313 Monmouth Street) will be open during this time and anyone can deposit their unused medications in the secure drop box located in the lobby. The goal of this program is to provide citizens with the opportunity to rid their homes of those medications by turning them into law enforcement officials. Those officials will in turn dispose of the medications in a safe, non-hazardous manner, preventing these medications from falling into the hands of our children or drug traffickers. This program is anonymous; therefore, all efforts will be made to protect the anonymity of individuals disposing of medications. No questions or requests for identifications will be made. Medications being disposed of in its original container should have the prescription label removed if it contains any personal identifying information. Liquid products, such as cough medicine, should remain sealed in their original container, ensuring that the cap is tightly sealed to prevent leakage. Syringes or any other sharp instruments will not be accepted.

Hurricane Relief Effort The staff and student body at Gloucester City High School are collecting monetary donations to send to schools in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico to assist them in their rebuilding efforts. Donations are being accepted in the classrooms and careteria as well as at school functions. A hoagie sale is also being planned in the near future. Collection jars will be available at the Homecoming football game this Friday night at 7:00 pm. Donations may also be dropped off at Police Headquarters (313 Monmouth Street) during regular business hours to records clerk Donna Blair. Any assistance that can be provided to the GHS family in their efforts would be appreciated.

CRIME REPORT October 20, 2017 10/13 (5:20 pm) A resident of the 700 block of Cherry Street reported sometime during the day, her bicycle was stolen from a shed in her side yard. The investigation is ongoing. 10/14 (3:00 pm) Ptl. Barb Kane responded to Bergen Street at N. Sussex for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, she found the (39) year old male resident from the 200 block of Mercer Street unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. Kane administered one dose of Naloxone, which had no effect. A second dose of Naloxone was administered by EMS personnel and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 10/14 (3:25 pm) A vehicle stop on Market Street at Stites Avenue conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Gabrielle F. Abate (20), a resident of Runnemede. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 10/14 (5:02 pm) Angel J. Medina (30), a resident of the 200 block of 3rd. Street was arrested on Burlington Street at Monmouth Street by Ptl. Barb Kane for disorderly conduct. He was later released. 10/14 (6:00 pm) A pedestrian stop on Rt. 130 at Market Street conducted by Ptl. Robert Saunders III resulted in the arrest of Michelle A. Greene (31), a resident of Camden and Marcus E. Rushworth (44), a resident of Bertwood Avenue. Greene was arrested on warrants from Camden City and Rushworth was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City. Both were later released on bail. 10/14 (7:29 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Sgt. Jim Little resulted in the arrest of Justin M. Truehart (20), a resident of West Deptford. He was arrested for possession of CDS (marijuana) and later released. 10/14 (7:45 pm) A traffic stop on Powell Street at 4th. conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Jason G. Walko (39), a resident of Mantua. He was arrested on warrants from Camden County and Gloucester City and additionally charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine and prescription medication) and possession of a hypodermic syringe. He was alter remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/15 (9:55 am) Ptl. George Spingler responded to Broadway at Hudson Street for a reported pedestrian struck by a vehicle. Further investigation determined the pedestrian, a (9) year old female, was crossing Broadway in the crosswalk and was struck. At the time of the investigation, her injuries appeared to be minor and she was transported to an area hospital for treatment. The driver of the vehicle, Lauren A. Cianchetti (27), a resident of the 400 block of Highland Blvd. was arrested on warrants from Camden City. She was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license and failure to yield to a pedestrian in a crosswalk. She was later released on bail. 10/15 (10:12 am) While on patrol, Cpl. Bill Johnson observed three juvenile males riding their bicycles on Broadway in the north bound lane, purposely delaying traffic and riding “wheelies”. Cpl. Johnson stopped the three (15) year old males, two from Camden and one from Pennsauken. The mothers of all three were contacted and tickets were issued for delaying traffic and not wearing helmets. 10/15 (7:08 pm) A vehicle stop on Market Street at Westminister Avenue conducted by Sgt. Jim Little resulted in the arrest of Thalia N. Otero (20), a resident of Clayton. She was arrested on warrants from Deptford and Glassboro and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later turned over to Glassboro Police. 10/15 (11:10 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Linden Street conducted by Ptl. Robert Saunders III resulted in the arrest of Melissa A. Kille (40), a resident of the 200 block of Essex Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later released on bail. 10/17 (3:55 pm) A pedestrian stop on Burlington Street at Morris conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders resulted in the arrest of Michael J. Ulak (31), a resident of Brooklawn. He was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by Camden County Probation and remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/17 6:10 pm) A vehicle stop conducted on Broadway at Somerset Street conducted by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Quinn R. Collins (20), a resident of Haddon Twp. He was charged with possession of CDS (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was later released. Four juvenile passengers in the vehicle were also taken into custody and charged with possession of CDS (marijuana): (16) year old male from the 800 block of Market Street (17) year old female from the 600 block of Division Street (16) year old female from the 300 block of 9th. Street (15) year old female from the 300 block of Somerset Street All juveniles were released to their parents/guardians pending juvenile court action. 10/17 (10:20 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo resulted in the arrest of Kaila E. Hill (27), a resident of Camden. She was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. She was later remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/18 (8:41 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Powell Street resulted in the arrest of John P. Massey (28), a resident of the unit block of E. Thompson Avenue. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City, Camden City and East Greenwich. He was later released on bail. 10/18 (7:35 pm) A resident of the 1400 block of Chestnut Avenue reported sometime overnight, a snow blower was stolen from his shed in the rear yard. The investigation is ongoing. 10/19 (2:15 pm) A pedestrian stop on Collings Avenue at Essex Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Candice E. McNaul (26), a resident of Philadelphia. She was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City and later released on bail. 10/19 (7:30 pm) A vehicle stop in the 1300 block of Market Street conducted by Ptl. Robert Saunders III resulted in the arrest of Ashley E. Sweeney (31), a resident of Deptford Twp. She was arrested on warrants from Cinnaminson, West Deptford and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later released on bail. In addition, officers conducted (39) traffic stops, (240) property/business checks and (20) school visits. Officers made (25) arrests, investigated (10) motor vehicle crashes, (9) domestic disputes and impounded (16) abandoned vehicles. Officers issued (30) criminal charges, (65) traffic citations and managed (363) calls for service between October 13th. and October 19th.

Today, Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz visited Mrs. Kirschner’s 6th. grade language arts class at Alice Costello School in Brooklawn. With the assistance of Sgt. Anthony Hirst from Brooklawn PD, Ptl. Calzonetti spoke with the class about the duties and capabilities of our K9 Unit and demonstrated some of the functions they perform as a team. As always, our K9 Unit enjoys spending time visiting classes to show off their talents and appreciate the invitation from Mrs. Kirschner and her class.

ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY City detectives are attempting to identify the male shown in these surveillance photos in connection with an ongoing investigation. If anyone can identify this male, please contact Det. Joe Hopkins at (856) 456-7797 or jhopkins@gloucesterpolice.com. A private message may also be left on this page.

HEROES TO HERO 5K PARKING RESTRICTIONS October 13, 2017 The annual Heroes to Hero Memorial Scholarship 5K Run/Walk is being held on Saturday, October 14th. The following no parking restrictions will be in effect from 5:00 am until 1:00 pm: Monmouth St. 100 block and 200 block, between King St. and Willow St. (both sides). King St. Hudson St. to #4 S. King St. (both sides) The fenced in area of the city parking lot on King St. will also be closed to parking. King Street will be closed to all traffic between Hudson St. and Monmouth St. during these times as well.

CRIME REPORT October 13, 2017 10/6 (9:10 pm) A disturbance at Gloucester City High School during the football game resulted with two (16) year old males from Gloucester City being taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct. A (14) year old female from Gloucester City was also charged with disorderly conduct and all were scheduled for juvenile court hearings. 10/7 (9:38 am) An employee of Gormley’s Auto on Rt. 130 reported he arrived at work in a dealership owned vehicle and left the vehicle running while he went inside the building. When he returned several minutes later, the vehicle was gone. Video surveillance footage of the suspect stealing the vehicle was obtained and the investigation is ongoing. 10/7 (5:04 pm) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo responded to a residence in the 300 block of Middlesex Street for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, the (35) year old female Westville resident was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. O’Donnell administered two doses of Naloxone and the female regained consciousness. She was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 10/7 (6:07 pm) Officers responded to the Bill Flynn Sports Complex on Johnson Blvd. for a dispute. While investigating the incident, Ptl. John Bryszewski arrested Vincent D. Coleman (35), a resident of Sicklerville. He was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Department and additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana). He was later remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/7 (6:55 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe responded to the Maple Terrace Trailer Park for a report of a burglary to a vacant trailer. Further investigation resulted with a (17) year old male from Gloucester City being taken into custody and charged with defiant trespass. 10/7 (10:14 pm) A vehicle stop in the 300 block of Somerset Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrests of three adults and one juvenile after a quantity of marijuana and a loaded, .9 mm semi-automatic handgun were recovered from the vehicle. The handgun was reported stolen from Pennsville. A (17) year old male from Woodlynne was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, receiving stolen property and possession of CDS (marijuana). He was remanded to the Camden County Juvenile Detention Center. Marcus R. Hartley (22), a resident of Woodlynne, was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, receiving stolen property, possession of CDS (marijuana) and hindering apprehension. Terry L. Cosby (18), a resident of Woodlynne and Tyler A. Roberts (19), a resident of Pennsauken were both charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, receiving stolen property and possession of CDS (marijuana). The three adults were remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/11 (9:18 am) Ptl. Ben McKinney responded to a residence in the 500 block of Middlesex Street for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, he found the (54) year old male resident unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. McKinney administered one dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 10/11 (11:15 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders resulted in the arrest of Scott R. Ryan (44), a resident of Mt. Ephraim. He was arrested on warrants from Berlin Boro and Camden City. He was later released on bail. 10/11 (11:27 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Sgt. Ken Iepson resulted in the arrest of James G. Wilson (27), a resident of the 100 block of N. Willow Street. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City, Audubon and Brooklawn. He was later released on bail. 10/11 (1:07 pm) A pedestrian stop on Rt. 130 at Marlborough Avenue conducted by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of John H. Best (23), a resident of Bellmawr. He was arrested on warrants from Bellmawr and Camden City. He was later released on bail. 10/11 (2:01 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Tim Ryder and Sgt. Ken Iepson resulted in the arrest of Michael R. Jeffries Jr. (30), a resident of Woodstown. He was arrested on warrants from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and possession of a hypodermic syringe. He was later released on bail. 10/11 (3:27 pm) A vehicle stop on Bergen Street at N. Sussex conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders resulted in the arrest of Marquita S. Howell (28), a resident of Camden. She was arrested on a warrant from Deptford and later released on bail. 10/11 (11:20 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo resulted in the arrest of Nichole T. Lewis (4), a resident of Camden. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden and additionally charged with panhandling. She was later released on bail. 10/12 (9:00 am) A resident of the 800 block of Powell Street reported sometime overnight, someone entered her unlocked vehicle and ransacked the interior. Nothing was reported missing at this time and the investigation is ongoing. 10/12 (11:03 pm) Officers responded to a residence in the 400 block of Hudson Street for a reported burglary in progress. Upon arrival, they found an intoxicated male trying get into the residence through the front door. Further investigation determined he was trying to get into his sister’s house, on Essex Street. Brian P. Cannon (37), a resident of Camden, was arrested by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo and charged with defiant trespass and criminal mischief due to the fact he broke a the front door handle and doorbell at the residence. In addition, officers conducted (50) traffic stops, (264) property/business checks and (14) school visits. Officers made (26) arrests, investigated (14) motor vehicle crashes, (13) domestic disputes and impounded (3) abandoned vehicles. Officers issued (28) criminal charges, (1) city ordinance charge, (35) traffic citations and managed (381) calls for service between October 6th. and October 12th.

CRIME REPORT October 6, 2017 9/30 (8:40 am) While on patrol on Broadway at Monmouth Street, Sgt. Jim Little and Ptl. Robert Saunders III received a LoJack alert for a stolen vehicle in the area. They tracked the signal and located the stolen vehicle, unoccupied, in the parking lot at the Rodeway Inn on Rt. 130. The vehicle had been reported stolen from Camden City one day prior and was returned to the owner. 9/30 (7:52 am) A resident of University Avenue reported sometime overnight, her property was stolen from inside the unlocked vehicle in front of her residence. The investigation is ongoing. 9/30 (3:14 pm) A pedestrian stop on Essex Street at N. Filmore conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of John J. Schimanski (54), a resident of the 400 block of N. Filmore Street. He was arrested on a warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City and later released on bail. 9/30 7:30 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Monmouth Street conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Lawrence Smith (55), a resident of the 100 block of N. Broadway. He was arrested on warrants from West Deptford and Brooklawn and later released on bail. 9/30 (8:50 pm) An officer responded to the Gulf gas station on Broadway for a report of a theft of gas. Upon arrival, an employee reported a customer requested ten dollars of gas and drove off without paying. The license plate number was obtained and the investigation is ongoing. 9/30 (10:27 pm) A bicycle stop on Broadway at Mercer Street conducted by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz resulted in the arrest of John Hoffman Jr. (35), a resident of the 100 block of N. Broadway. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester Twp., Clementon, Camden City and Gloucester City. He was later released on bail. 9/30 (11:15 pm) A pedestrian stop on Burlington Street at Monmouth conducted by Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrest of John T. Bongiovanni Jr. (40), a resident of the 900 block of Koehler Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and later released on bail. 10/1 (10:18 am) Ralph M. Flowers 3rd. (42), a resident of the 800 block of Paul Street, was arrested at his residence by Cpl. Bill Lessig on a warrant from Little Egg Harbor. He was later turned over to Little Egg Harbor Police. 10/1 (2:42 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Passaic Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of the following individuals: Bruce S. Patricella (27), a resident of Bellmawr, was arrested on a warrant from Brooklawn and later released on bail. Santiago Ramos (27), a resident of Pennsauken, was arrested on a warrant from Middle Boro. He was later released on bail. 10/1 (8:10 pm) Ptl. George Spingler responded to a residence on Beechwood Avenue for a disturbance and while investigating, he arrested the resident, Daniel J. Weston (38) on warrants from Gloucester City and Brooklawn. He was later released on bail. 10/2 (12:18 am) A vehicle stop in the 1400 block of Rt. 130 conducted by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz resulted in the arrest of Joseph M. Forte (46), a resident of Philadelphia. He was arrested on a warrant from Mt. Holly and later released on bail. 10/2 (9:11 am) Ptl. Shea O’Donnell responded to Broadway at Somerset Street for a report of an overdose on a N.J. Transit bus. Upon arrival, Ptl. O’Donnell located the (35) year old male resident of Millville unconscious and not breathing. He administered one dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness. The male was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 10/2 (1:36 pm) A vehicle stop on Essex Street at N. Filmore Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell and DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Nora T. Finegan (41), a resident of Camden. She was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of hypodermic syringes and driving on a suspended license. She was released after processing. 10/2 (7:25 pm) A bicycle stop on Jersey Avenue at 8th. Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Brian R. Brangan (32), a resident of Bellmawr. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 10/2 (8:17 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Helicia M. Dougherty (37), a resident of Philadelphia. She was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Brooklawn and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. She was later released on bail. 10/2 (11:29 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Warren Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Keith Elam (55), a resident of Maple Shade. He was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. The vehicle Elam was driving had been reported stolen in Maple Shade and he was turned over to Maple Shade Police to be processed on motor vehicle theft charges. 10/3 (1:00 pm) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Essex Street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder and Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Michael S. Gleeson (41) and Amy L. Schuler (42), both residents of the unit block of N. Burlington Street, were both charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. They were later released. 10/3 (6:45 pm) A vehicle stop on Somerset Street at Burlington Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Fernando Lugo (23) and Christian Perez (30), both residents of Camden, were arrested on warrants from Pennsauken and Bellmawr. Lugo was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license and Perez was additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were released on bail. 10/3 (9:00 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Monmouth Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Shane C. McHenry (29), a resident of Berlin. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 10/4 (1:03 pm) A pedestrian stop conducted on Broadway at Morris Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Alan Wackles (47), a resident of Westville. He was arrested on a warrant from Deptford Twp. and later released on bail. 10/4 (2:00 pm) Cpl. Bill Lessig and Ptl. Brittany Pollander responded to the parking lot of King of Pizza on Rt. 130 for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, they located a male in a vehicle with his head down. The male was conscious and alert, but refused to exit the vehicle. The male then grabbed Cpl. Lessig and attempted to pull him into the car. Michael G. Stout (38), a resident of Bellmawr, was placed under arrest after a brief struggle. He was charged with possession or CDS (crack cocaine), possession of a hypodermic syringe, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest. He was later released. 10/4 (4:54 pm) A bicycle stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Tim Ryder resulted in the arrest of Cynthia A. Kirk (26), a resident of Blackwood. She was arrested on multiple active warrants and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin and crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was later remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/4 (6:35 pm) A pedestrian stop on Essex Street at N. Burlington Street conducted by Ptl. George Spingler and Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrest of Marquise D. Ogawa (24), a resident of the 100 block of N. Willow Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Glassboro and additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana). He was slater released. 10/4 (8:54 pm) a bicycle stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Sgt. Ken Iepson and Ptl. Sean Saunders resulted in the arrest of Steven E. O’Brien Jr. (37), a resident of the 300 block of Essex Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and later released on bail. 10/4 (9:10 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Bergen Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrest of Tiffany L. Tredway (29), a resident of Sicklerville. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 10/5 (4:11 am) Cpl. Bill Johnson responded to the 900 block of Morris Street for a report of a male on a bike attempting to enter vehicles. Upon arrival, Cpl. Johnson located a male inside a parked vehicle in a driveway in the 800 block of Morris Street and a bike laying on the ground behind the vehicle. Further investigation resulted in the male being arrested for burglarizing the vehicle as well as a vehicle parked in the 600 block of N. Brown Street. Jerome R. Lindsey (35), a resident of Camden, was charged with two counts of burglary, theft, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic syringes. He also had two warrants for his arrest from Oaklyn and Camden City. After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/5 (11:38 am) A vehicle stop on Broadway at Cumberland Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Antonio U. Travis-Perez (37), a resident of Westville. He was arrested on a warrant from Washington Twp. and later released on bail. 10/5 (4:06 pm) A pedestrian stop on Hunter Street at 7th. conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders resulted in the arrest of Steven Garcia (25), a resident of the 500 block of Cumberland Street. He was arrested on warrants from Camden City and Gloucester City. He was also found to be a fugitive from justice wanted in Burlington County and later remanded to Camden County Jail. 10/5 4:28 pm) A bicycle stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz resulted in the arrest of James Green (26), a resident of Camden. Green was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted in Salem and Gloucester Counties and remanded to Camden County Jail. In addition, officers conducted (77) traffic stops, (258) property/business checks and (19) school visits. Officers made (38) arrests, investigated (10) motor vehicle crashes and (12) domestic disputes. Officers issued (36) criminal charges, (2) city ordinance charges, (40) traffic citations and managed (373) calls for service between September 29th. and October 5th.

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING October 6, 2017 The Gloucester City Police Department will be hosting a neighborhood watch meeting with a group of residents who have expressed an interest in reinstating our Neighborhood Watch Program. The meeting will be held on October 12th. at 7:00 pm in the courtroom at 313 Monmouth Street. Any resident interested in participating in this program is invited to attend. We look forward to seeing everyone.

We are sharing this to get the word out to all of our followers, who are city residents and may be interested in joining.

CRIME REPORT October 2, 2017 9/22 (1:21 am)​​ A vehicle stop on Broadway at Essex Street conducted by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz resulted in the arrest of Gabrielle F. Abate (20), a resident of Runnemede. She was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and obstruction of justice before being released. 9/22 (3:07 pm) ​​A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Sherida N. Carr (32), a resident of Camden. She was arrested on warrants from Camden City and later released on bail. 9/22 (6:31 pm)​​ Ptl. Shea O’Donnell responded to an abandoned residence in the 700 block of Division Street for a report of a suspicious female on the property. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Patricia Szatny (41), a resident of Audubon. Szatny was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Department and was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/22 (7:25 pm)​​ A resident of the 100 block of Nicholson Road reported someone entered his rear yard and stole a bicycle. The investigation is ongoing. 9/22 (8:01 pm) ​​A vehicle stop on Rt. 130 at Market Street conducted by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo resulted in the arrest of Heather A. Dove (30), a resident of Bellmawr. She was arrested on a warrant from Bellmawr and later released on bail. 9/23 (7:25 pm)​​ Ptl. Shea O’Donnell observed a vehicle traveling the wrong way in the 500 block of Mercer Street. When Ptl. O’Donnell attempted to stop the vehicle, the driver sped off, heading east on Mercer Street and then South on Johnson Blvd. On Johnson Blvd. at Monmouth Street, the driver crashed into a van being operated by a city resident. Both the driver and passenger in the fleeing vehicle were arrested at the scene and the driver of the van was not injured. Clarence L. Loghry IV (28), a resident of Deptford, was charged with eluding, assault by auto, D.U.I. and being under the influence of CDS, as well as numerous traffic violations. He was remanded to Camden County Jail after being medically cleared at a local hospital. The passenger, Sarah A. Sayrs (25), a resident of Williamstown, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. 9/24 (12:00 am)​ Cpl. Bill Lessig responded to the 800 block of Cumberland Street for a report of a motor vehicle crash. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of the driver, Christine M. Toal (31), a resident of the 800 block of Cumberland Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and charged with driving on a suspended license. She was later released on bail. 9/25 (8:55 am)​​ A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Cumberland conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of John L. Ash (61), a resident of the 600 block of Division Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/25 (10:40 am) ​A vehicle stop on Market Street at Walnut conducted by Ptl. Robert Saunders III resulted in the arrest of Kristin E. Stewart (34), a resident of West Deptford. She was arrested on a warrant from Evesham Twp. and later released on bail. 9/25 (4:45 pm)​​ A pedestrian stop in the 700 block of Hunter Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Megan E. Malone (37), a resident of the 700 block of Hunter Street. She was arrested on warrants from Mt. Ephraim, Franklin Twp. and West Deptford. She was later released on bail. 9/25 (8:40 pm)​​ A pedestrian stop in the 300 block of Monmouth Street conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of James A. Coyle (50), a resident of the 300 block of Monmouth Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 9/25 (9:36 pm)​​ An investigation into a suspicious occupied vehicle parked in the lot at the Budget Inn on Rt. 130 by Ptl. George Spingler and Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrest of Shineek R. Ocasio (31), a resident of Willingboro. She was arrested on warrants from Burlington County and was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe. She was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/26 (8:30 am)​​ A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Monmouth Street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Ryan P. Martinac (44), a resident of Westville. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. He was later remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/26 (11:38 am)​ A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Essex Street conducted by Sgt. Jim Little resulted in the arrest of Megan E. Malone (37), a resident of the 700 block of Hunter Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and later released on bail. 9/26 7:11 pm)​​ A bicycle stop on Monmouth Street at Burlington Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Johnson and Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Robert L. Tredway (38), a resident of the 200 block of Somerset Street. When the officers attempted to stop him, Tredway fled on his bike to his residence, where he was arrested. Tredway was found to have outstanding warrants for his arrest from Egg Harbor Twp. He was additionally charged with resisting arrest, bail jumping and several traffic violations. He was later remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/26 (8:58 pm)​​ A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Market Street conducted by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz resulted in the arrest of Anthony F. Pettolina (26), a resident of Westville. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Wildwood. He was later released on bail. 9/26 (9:20 pm)​​ Heather A. Lannon (47), a resident of Beechwood Avenue, was arrested at her residence by Ptl. George Spingler on warrants from Gloucester City, Camden City and Haddon Twp. She was later released on bail. 9/27 (2:17 pm)​​ A vehicle stop on Broadway at Essex Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Jamie P. Stillings (37), a resident of Camden and Kenneth G. Timmons (40), a resident of Maple Shade, were arrested and charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. They were later released. 9/27 (5:53 pm)​​ Officers responded to a residence in the 800 block of Hudson Street for a disturbance. Upon arrival, they encountered a male, armed with a knife. The male told the officers they were going to have to shoot him. Negotiations between the officers and the male eventually resulted with him being taken into custody without further incident. Richard B. Burkhardt Jr. (47), was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose. He was also found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Department, the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Department and had several warrants for his arrest from Gloucester City and Camden City. He was remanded to Camden County Jail after he as medically cleared at a local hospital. 9/27 (8:58 pm)​​ Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 100 block of N. Willow Street for a reported fight with a male armed with a bat. Upon arrival, there was no fight in progress. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Walter H. Farley (53), a resident of the 200 block of Middlesex Street. He was charged with disorderly conduct due to his behavior at the scene. Also charged were Thomas J. Peele (21), a resident of the 100 block of N. King Street and Andrew Cooke (29), a resident of Clayton. They were charged with defiant trespass. All were released. 9/28 (8:31 pm)​​ A pedestrian stop on King Street at Mercer conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Robert M. Phillips (50), a resident of the 200 block of Cumberland Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Brooklawn and later released on bail. 9/29 (1:26 pm)​​ A resident of Blackwood reported sometime during the previous thirty minutes, someone entered his unlocked vehicle that was parked in the 100 block of Brown Street and removed cash from his wallet. The investigation is ongoing. 9/29 (6:10 pm)​​ A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Market Street conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Thomas J. Pease (47), a resident of the 800 block of Powell Street. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and remanded to Camden County Jail. While still at the scene, Ptl. Spingler observed another male who he knew had outstanding warrants for his arrest. Jeffrey E. Warner (52), a resident of Joy Street, was also arrested on warrants from Camden City and West Deptford. He was later released on bail. 9/29 (8:38 pm)​​ Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz responded to Brambles Cold Cuts on Burlington Street for a report of criminal mischief. Upon arrival, the store owner reported a male entered the fenced yard of the property, removed a piece of wood and threw it at a surveillance camera on the building, damaging the camera. The incident was captured by the surveillance system and the owner was able to positively identify the male. A (17) year old male from the 200 block of Somerset Street was charged with disorderly conduct, defiant trespass and criminal mischief. 9/29 (9:46 pm)​​ Ptl. George Spingler and Cpl. Bill Johnson were dispatched the parking lot of the CVS on S. Broadway for a report of an unconscious male in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the male and a female were observed in the reported vehicle and both were conscious. Further investigation resulted in both of their arrests. Brianna M. Parkin (26), a resident of Camden, was arrested on a warrant from Deptford. She was later released on bail. Robert F. McNally Jr. (34), a resident of the 500 block of S. Broadway, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. He was later released. In addition, officers conducted (41) traffic stops, (264) property/business checks and (17) school visits. Officers made (35) arrests, investigated (14) motor vehicle crashes and (16) domestic disputes. Officers issued (31) criminal charges, (2) city ordinance charges, (28) traffic citations and managed (363) calls for service between September 22nd. and September 29th.

COFFEE WITH A COP September 27, 2017 On Wednesday, October 4th. the Gloucester City Police Department and Dunkin Donuts will be hosting, “Coffee With A Cop” from 9:30 am until 11:30 am at Dunkin Donuts (455 S. Broadway). The Gloucester City Police Department is always interested in meeting with our residents in a positive atmosphere to have open discussions and answer any questions. We hope to see you there!

CRIME REPORT September 22, 2017 9/15 (1:43 pm) Ptl. Joe Eller responded to a room at the Rodeway Inn on Rt. 130 for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, a (45) year old female Blackwood resident and a (43) year old male Voorhees resident were both found unconscious and not breathing. EMS personnel and paramedics administered dosed of Naloxone to both individuals and they regained consciousness. Both were transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/15 (7:00 pm) Ptl. Robert Saunders III responded to the parking lot of King of Pizza on Rt. 130 for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, the (31) year old female Toms River resident was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. Saunders administered one dose of Naloxone and the female regained consciousness. She was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/16 (10:45 am) Michael K. Rathof (48), Kristen A. Rathof (23) and Amber L. Rathof (24), all residents of the 200 block of Warren Street, were arrested at their residence by Cpl. Bill Johnson and Ptl. George Spingler on warrants from Gloucester City. All were released on bail after processing. 9/16 (11:30 am) Marquise D. Ogawa (24), a resident of the 100 block of N. Willow Street, was arrested at his residence by Cpl. Bill Johnson on a warrants from Gloucester City, Mantua Twp. and Glassboro. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/16 (1:15 pm) Jamie L. Joseph (33), a resident of the 500 block of Cumberland Street, was arrested at her residence by Ptl. George Spingler on a warrant from Gloucester City. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/16 (2:25 pm) Walter H. Farley (53), a resident of the 200 block of Middlesex Street, was arrested at his residence by Ptl. George Spingler on a warrant from Gloucester City. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/16 (2:10 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Rt. 130 at Market Street conducted by Ptl. Ben McKinney resulted in the arrest of David A. Roulston (31), a resident of Haddon Twp. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/16 (5:30 pm) Amanda M. Hoopes (30), a resident of the 400 block of Middlesex Street, was arrested at her residence by Cpl. Bill Lessig on a warrant from Camden City. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/17 (12:35 am) Three juvenile males were taken into custody on Broadway at Hudson Street by Cpl. Bill Lessig for violating the city curfew ordinance. Two (16) year old Gloucester City residents were scheduled for station house adjustment and a (14) year old Camden resident was charged with the ordinance violation. All three were released a parent. 9/17 (1:25 am) Ptl. Robert Saunders III responded to Oriental Avenue at Bobwood for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, the (52) year old female resident of the 500 block of Mercer Street was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. Saunders administered one dose of Naloxone and EMS personnel administered a second dose before the female regained consciousness. She was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/17 (10:15 am) A pedestrian stop on Burlington Street at Hudson conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Thomas J. Pease (47), a resident of the 800 block of Powell Street. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/17 (2:05 pm) Ptl. Ben McKinney responded to a residence in the 300 block of Monmouth Street for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, the (32) year old male resident was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. McKinney administered on dose of Naloxone, which had no effect. Two more doses of Naloxone were administered by EMS personnel before the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/17 (5:50 pm) A pedestrian stop in the 500 block of Monmouth Street conducted by Sgt; Jim Little resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: William M. Palmer (51), a resident of Deptford Twp. was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail. John T. Bongiovanni Jr. (40), a resident of the 900 block of Koehler Street, was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/17 (7:16 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Center Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Lester C. Stratton (53), a resident of the 300 block of 8th. Street. He was arrested on warrants from Camden City. After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/17 (8:15 pm) A motor vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Rodeway Inn on Rt. 130 conducted by Ptl. Robert Saunders III resulted in the arrest on Melanie D. Jones (37), a resident of Deptford Twp. She was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester Twp. and released on bail after processing. 9/17 (10:22 pm) Kenneth R. Dunbar (47), a resident of the 400 block of S. Broadway, was arrested at his residence by Cpl. Bill Lessig on a warrant from Camden County. After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/18 (1:10 pm) Shawn J. Conley (38), a resident of Florida, was arrested in the unit block of N. Johnson Blvd. by Det. Keith O’Donnell on a warrant from Middle Twp. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/18 (11:18 pm) Sgt. Flood responded to Cheerleaders Gentlemen’s Club on Rt. 130 for a dispute between a patron and a bouncer. As a result of the investigation, the patron, Edward A. Rodriguez (28), a resident of Pennsauken, was arrested on a warrant from Camden City. He was additionally charged with disorderly conduct and released on bail after processing. 9/19 (2:21 pm) A resident o0f the 300 block of Mercer Street reported his residence was burglarized sometime during the day. Nothing was reported missing at the time of the report and the investigation is ongoing. 9/19 (8:46 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Broadway at Morris Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Vincent A. Montileone (56), a resident of Burlington, was arrested and charged with hindering apprehension, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on a suspended license. Kristen S. Tomasello (52), a resident of Cherry Hill, was arrested and charged with hindering apprehension, possession of a hypodermic syringe and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were released after processing. 9/20 (11:45 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Powell Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrest of James A. Stewart (60), a resident of Elk Twp. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City, West Deptford and Deptford. After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/20 (12:30 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Collings Avenue at Essex Street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Michael J. Grone (38), a resident of Blackwood. He was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Department and was additionally charged with obstruction of justice before being remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/20 (2:30 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Cumberland Street conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders resulted in the arrest of Scott R. Ryan (44), a resident of Mt. Ephraim. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City and released on bail after processing. 9/20 (7:29 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Hudson Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Joyce E. Devine (34), a resident of Haddon Heights. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and released on bail after processing. 9/20 (8:12 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Lizabeth Farrar (27), a resident of Clayton. She was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and released on bail after processing. 9/20 (8:45 pm) A pedestrian stop on Market Street at Atlantic conducted by Sgt. Ken Iepson resulted in the arrest of David Klawitter (34), a resident of the 900 block of Jersey Avenue. He was arrested on warrants from Camden City and released on bail after processing. 9/20 (11:42 pm) A (16) year old male from Somerset Street was taken into custody on Somerset Street at Champion Road by Cpl. Bill Lessig for violating the city curfew ordinance. He was scheduled for station house adjustment and released to a parent. 9/21 (12:10 am) Linda J. Powell (52), a resident of the 200 block of Somerset Street, was arrested at Police H.Q. by Cpl. Bill Lessig on warrants from Gloucester City. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/21 (1:30 am) A pedestrian stop in the 500 block of Nicholson Road conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Kristina Kaelin (27), a resident of West Berlin. She was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City. She was additionally charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released on bail after processing. 9/21 (1:45 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Robert Saunders III resulted in the arrest of Tyrne L. Badie (39), a resident of Camden. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and released on bail after processing. 9/21 (1:00 pm) Cpl. Bill Johnson responded to the area of Annwood Avenue for a report of a male on a bike looking into trailers. As a result of the investigation, a (16) year old male from Cedarwood Avenue was taken into custody on Annwood Avenue for violating the city daytime curfew ordinance. He was additionally charged with possession of tobacco products by a minor and released to a parent after processing. 9/21 (6:40 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Rt. 130 at I-76 conducted by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz resulted in the arrest of Marcus Davenport (33), a resident of Camden. He was arrested on warrants from Pennsauken and Westville and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/21 (6:50 pm) An investigation into prostitution activity at the Rodeway in on Rt. 130 resulted in the arrest of Justin Morales-Bowman (21), a resident of Camden. He was arrested by Ptl. Sean Saunders after he solicited sex from an undercover officer in the parking lot. Morales-Bowman was additionally found to have warrants from Camden City. He was charged with engaging in prostitution and driving on a suspended license before being released on bail after processing. 9/21 (9:15 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Broadway at Ridgeway Street conducted by Ptl. Brittany Pollander resulted in the arrest of Kiana Coleman (34), a resident of Woodbury. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and released on bail after processing. In addition, officers conducted (80) traffic stops, (246) property/business checks and (17) school visits. Officers made (47) arrests, investigated (12) motor vehicle crashes, (8) domestic disputes and impounded (5) abandoned vehicles. Officers issued (18) criminal charges, (11) city ordinance charges, (35) traffic citations and managed (362) calls for service between September 15th and September 21st.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF September 20, 2017 Sometime overnight on September 19th into the 20th, unknown person(s) operated an ATV or vehicle on the grass at Martin’s Lake near the corner of E. Brown Street at Sparks Avenue. The estimated cost to repair the damage to the grounds is unknown at this time. If anyone witnessed this act of criminal mischief or has any information to provide concerning this incident, please contact city detectives at (856) 456-7797 or leave a private message on this page. Any information provided will be held in strict confidence.

CRIME REPORT September 15, 2017 9/8 (9:37am) A motor vehicle stop on Burlington Street at Essex conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders and Tim Ryder resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Thomas Harding (38), a resident of West Deptford, was arrested on a warrant from Deptford. He was additionally charged with hindering apprehension and driving on a suspended license. Stephanie M. Keck (29), a resident of the 300 block of Cumberland Street, was arrested on a warrant from West Deptford. Both were released on bail after processing. 9/8 (1:38 pm) Ptl. Ben McKinney responded to the parking lot of King of Pizza on Rt. 130 for a reported overdose. Upon arrival, the (26) year old male Pennsylvania resident was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. McKinney administered two doses of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/8 (8:17 pm) A motor vehicle stop on N. Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. John Bryszewski resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Marci Brown (37), a resident of Washington Twp. was arrested due to the fact she was a fugitive from justice wanted in Gloucester County. Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo responded to the scene to conduct an open air narcotics sniff around the exterior of the vehicle, resulting in a positive alert for the presence of narcotics odor. Further investigation resulted in the recovery on heroin, drug paraphernalia and hypodermic syringes. Marci Brown was additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin), possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic syringes. She was remanded to Camden County Jail after processing. The driver of the vehicle, Francis M. Marcella (41), a resident of Washington Twp. was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic syringes. He was released after processing. 9/9 (6:00 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Collings Avenue at Essex Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Patricia Underwood (52), a resident of the 500 block of Mercer Street. She was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/9 (8:24 pm) Iracema C. Medina (35), a resident of Cedarwood Avenue, was arrested at her residence by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo due to the fact she was a fugitive from justice wanted in Pennsylvania. She was processed and remanded to Camden County Jail to await extradition. 9/10 (11:40 pm) Ptl. John Bryszewski, while on patrol, observed a suspicious occupied vehicle parked on Water Street at Charles Street. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Frank C. Gilfillan (44), a resident of the 300 block of Middlesex Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/11 (8:15 am) A pedestrian stop on Essex Street at Burlington resulted in the arrest of Stacey A. Colon (35), a resident of the 200 block of Essex Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and released on bail after processing. 9/11 (10:30 am) Cpl. Bill Johnson attempted to stop a vehicle on Essex Street at Collings Avenue for a traffic violation. The driver then fled on Collings Avenue, initiating a vehicle pursuit. The pursuit was terminated in the Fairview section of Camden City due to public safety concerns. The vehicle was located a short time later parked and the driver fled on foot. He was unable to be located at the time and further investigation resulted in the positive identification of the driver. The next day, the driver was arrested by Ptl. Tim Ryder and Sean Saunders at his place of employment on Charles Street. Jose A. Sanchez (52), a resident of Camden, was charged with eluding, resisting arrest and driving on a suspended license. He was also found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office. After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/11 (11:50 am) A pedestrian stop on Jersey Avenue at 3rd. Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Ryan A. Ellis (34), a resident of the 200 block of Jersey Avenue, was arrested on warrants from Elk Twp., Camden City, Gloucester City, Mantua Twp. and West Deptford. After processing, he was turned over to West Deptford Police. Jessica L. Jeffries (25), a resident of the 200 block of Jersey Avenue, was arrested on a warrant from Westville. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/11 (1:45 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Broadway at Koehler Street conducted by Sgt. Ken Iepson resulted in the arrest of Drew W. Buechlein (32), a resident of Brooklawn. He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City, West Deptford and Woodbury. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/11 (3:47 pm) A bicycle stop on N. Broadway at Passaic Street conducted by Det. Joe Hopkins and Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Francis Hillsee (32), a resident of Glassboro. He was arrested on a warrant from Medford and additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana). After processing, he was released on bail. 9/11 (6:10 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Broadway at Hudson Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Fernando Rivera (38), a resident of Camden. He was arrested on warrants from East Greenwich, Haddon Twp. and Camden City. He was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license and released on bail after processing. 9/11 (11:00 pm) A (15) year old male from Hudson Street was taken into custody on Broadway at Bergen Street by Cpl. Bill Lessig for violating the city curfew ordinance. He was turned over to his mother and scheduled for station house adjustment. 9/12 (12:53 am) A bicycle stop on Broadway at Hudson Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the arrest of Anthony Hernandez (19), a resident of Clementon. He was arrested on a warrant from Mantua Twp. and additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana). After processing, he was released on bail. 9/12 (8:30 am) A motor vehicle stop in the 300 block of Monmouth Street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Alaina G. Roch (50), a resident of the 30 block of Bergen Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Deptford Twp. and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/12 (10:35 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Monmouth Street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Dennis S. Stinsman (36), a resident of the 500 block of N. Brown Street. He was arrested on a warrant from Westville and released on bail after processing. 9/12 (11:15 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Essex Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Deborah A. Bartley (55), a resident of the 400 block of N. Broadway. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and released on bail after processing. 9/12 (11:24 am) A motor vehicle stop on Rt. 130 at I-76 conducted by Lt. Steve Burkhardt resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Bertram C. Franks Jr. (49), a resident of Williamstown, was arrested on a warrant from West Deptford. He was released on bail after processing. Amanda M. Watson (28), a resident of Lindenwold, was arrested on warrants from Brooklawn and Camden City. She was additionally fond to be a fugitive from justice wanted in Atlantic County. After processing, she was remanded to Camden County Jail. 9/12 (1:40 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Collings Avenue at Essex Street conducted by DSgt. Car DePoder and Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Kristina Kaelin (27), a resident of West Berlin. She was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and additionally charged with possession of hypodermic syringes and possession of drug paraphernalia. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/12 (1:46 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Collings Avenue at Essex Street conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders and Tim Ryder resulted in the arrest of Bernadette K. Dailey (49), a resident of the unit block of Princeton Avenue. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/12 (5:30 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Broadway at Powell Street conducted by Sgt. Jim Little resulted in the arrest of Kyle J. Scotese (29), a resident of Sewell. He was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/12 (7:12 pm) A motor vehicle stop on Broadway at Middlesex Street conducted by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo resulted in the arrest of Richard O’Brien (60) a resident of the 200 block of S. Broadway. He was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted in Bergen County and remanded to Camden County Jail after processing. 9/13 (10:00 am) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Hudson street conducted by DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Nicki A. Albeser (31), a resident of the 400 block of Market Street. She was arrested on a warrant from Camden City and additionally charged with littering. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/13 (11:05 am) While on patrol, Ptl. Sean Saunders and Sgt. Ken Iepson observed a vehicle parked on Sussex Street at Monmouth with a male sleeping inside. Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Charles J. Soder III (42), a resident of the 200 block of Monmouth Street. He was charged with possession of CDS (marijuana, prescription medication and suboxone) and released after processing. 9/13 (1:29 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Market Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Scott D. Carey (25), a resident of Camden. He was arrested on warrants from Riverside and Camden City. After processing, he was released on bail. 9/13 (8:20 pm) A motor vehicle stop on King Street at Hudson conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Meredith Martinez (23), a resident of Camden. She was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and released after processing. 9/14 (10:14 am) A motor vehicle stop on Market Street at I-76 conducted by Ptl. Tim Ryder and Sean Saunders resulted in the arrests of the following individuals: Ashley E. Colo (27), a resident of Mullica Hill, was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester Twp. and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin), possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe. Collette Bannan (26), a resident of Woodbury, was arrested on a warrant from Washington Twp. and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were released on bail after processing. 9/14 (4:03 pm) A Gloucester City High School student reported her school issued laptop computer was stolen from the front of the pre-school entrance at Cold Springs School while it was left unattended. The investigation is ongoing. 9/14 (3:53 pm) Ptl. Ben McKinney responded to the parking lot of King of Pizza on Rt. 130 for a report of an overdose. Upon arrival, the (22) year old male Bellmawr resident was found unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. McKinney administered on dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/14 (7:06 pm) A motor vehicle stop on King Street at Mercer conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Brandy L. Waldron (25), a resident of Malaga. She was arrested on a warrant from Oaklyn and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license. After processing, she was released on bail. 9/14 (6:21 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe and Keith Wall responded to the area of the Rodeway Inn on Rt. 130 for a report of an overdose. Upon arrival, they found the (47) year old male Camden resident laying on the ground, unconscious and not breathing. Ptl. Coxe administered one dose of Naloxone which had no effect. Ptl. Wall administered a second dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital for treatment. 9/14 (7:12 pm) Ptl. John Bryszewski responded to Broadway at Market Street for a report of a male having trouble breathing on a N.J. Transit bus. Upon arrival, the male was found conscious and breathing; however, stated he had used heroin. The male refused further medical treatment and was subsequently arrested on a warrant from Camden City. Anthony R. Massi (27), a resident of Deptford, was released on bail after processing. 9/14 (10:55 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Warren Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Nicki A. Albeser (31), a resident of the 400 block of Market Street. She was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic syringes. After processing, she was released. In addition, officers conducted (88) traffic stops, (264) property/business checks and (10) school visits. Officers made (45) arrests, investigated (6) motor vehicle crashes, (9) domestic disputes and impounded (1) abandoned vehicle. Officers issued (36) criminal charges, (2) city ordinance charges, (35) traffic citations and managed (371) calls for service between September 8th and September 14th.

NEW STOP SIGNS September 13, 2017 Gloucester City Mayor and Council approved the installation of two new stop signs on Market Street. One will be on Market Street west bound at the intersection of Joy Street. The second will be on Market Street east bound at the intersection of 5th. Street. These new stop signs may be in place by the end of this week so we would like to make everyone aware of this change in advance.

*************************************************************************** We would like to congratulate Lynne Schaeffer of Gloucester City for winning the raffle for the two tickets to the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Arizona Cardinals game on October 8th. This fundraiser was a great success and we thank everyone for their support of our K9 Unit. *************************************************************************** K-9 UNIT FUNDRAISER SEPTEMBER 11, 2017 ***** RAFFLE TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE ***** The Gloucester City K-9 Association is selling raffle tickets for a chance to win two tickets to the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Arizona Cardinals game at Lincoln Financial Field on October 8, 2017 at 1:00 pm. The seats are in section 113, row 13, seats 1 & 2, next to the player’s tunnel ($260 value). Raffle tickets are $5 per ticket and can be purchased at GCPD Headquarters during business hours (313 Monmouth St.) or contact Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell (bodonnell@gloucesterpolice.com) or Ptl. Mike Calzonetti (mcalzonetti@gloucesterpolice.com). Drawing will be held on September 29th. or when all raffle tickets have been sold, whichever comes first. We thank everyone for their support of our K-9 Unit.